March 01, 2013 12:00 ET

Innovative Defense Technologies (IDT) Latest Release of Automated Test and Re-Test (ATRT) Allows for Enhanced Message-Based Testing to Include SOAP over HTTP Support

ARLINGTON, VA--(Marketwire - Mar 1, 2013) - Innovative Defense Technologies (IDT) (, the automated software testing solutions provider for large mission critical systems, announced the latest release of their Automated Test and Re-Test (ATRT) Test Manager which now includes enhancements to its message-based testing capability.

"As software products become more complex and depend on the interaction with other software products the interfaces between components become critical," said Bernie Gauf, CEO of IDT. "You need to be able to validate the performance of software products at the interface specification level to have high confidence that once systems are deployed they will work as expected. ATRT previously provided support for protocols such as TCP/IP, UDP, and CORBA. With our latest release of ATRT, we are excited to have added support for the SOAP over HTTP protocol."

ATRT's model-based, scriptless approach to automated testing provides an intuitive easy to use methodology for both developers and non-developers to create and maintain automated tests. ATRT provides a comprehensive suite of capabilities which supports both GUI and Message / Interface testing, as well as providing a central repository for testing artifacts from test case development to requirements traceability to reporting test case results.

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IDT provides Automated Testing Solutions for the integration, system testing and certification of large mission critical software systems. IDT has the proven expertise and automated testing technology that dramatically accelerate test execution and reporting time while also enabling you to expand test coverage and test complexity. Using ATRT as part of your test program provides repeatable, consistent objective quality evidence while reducing the amount of time and cost spent on software testing. For more information about ATRT, see

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